“How often should I be massaged?” It is a question we often hear. The answer depends on your illness and physical needs, your anxiety and emotional needs, and, of course, your budget. Regular massage will be more beneficial. Massage once a week or every two weeks is ideal, but it may not be true for everyone. Remember, just as running on a treadmill does not prepare you for a marathon, and a salad does not guide you to your health and nutrition goals, a massage session can not reverse years of damage.
What do you want?
If you are using massage for pain relief or other medical purposes, you may often get massage. In most cases, after an injury, your therapist may recommend a massage once or twice a week during your recovery.
It is recommended once a week or once a week if you have a chronic health problem but it also depends on your mood. If you notice that your pain has returned in a few days, now is the time to see your massage therapist again. If you feel free after a week, you can start adding more time between sessions. For pain relief, people often find that they often need several repetitive sessions. As your muscles relax and begin to heal, the sessions will decrease in frequency.
Your massage therapist can show you some rods you can make at home to continue your treatment between sessions.
Controlling stress is just as important for your health as diet and exercise. Stress can really reverse the hard work you are doing in the gym and eating right. Massage helps to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and lower cortisol levels in the body. Massage once a month can help you avoid the negative effects on your body and mind.
Athletic performance and recovery;
When training for an event such as a marathon, you may want to schedule an extraordinary massage. A weekly or two-week massage will help you get fit and recover quickly after the event or competition. Athletes may need two or more sessions a week to stay high.
Pre-event massage helps to warm up and stretch the muscles, preventing injury. It also stimulates blood circulation, reduces stress, eliminates lactic acid buildup and improves mobility and muscle flexibility, resulting in improved strength and performance.
Post-event massage is performed immediately following the event and helps the athlete recover from the activity. It helps to reduce pain after exercise and restore range of motion and blood flow to the narrow muscles.
The frequency of exercise massage sessions depends entirely on your training and event schedule. However, even when you are not exercising, regular massage can help you maintain your health, range of motion and muscle flexibility.